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LIVE from the Camino Sheffield James on the Camino Olvidado -- LOTS of good info!

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ok, so I will put in the guide albergue El Chalten (& camping las Hoces de Vegacervera) for easier orientation.
any other comments on any part of the route or accommodation I should add before posting the guide to the resources? especially on those parts that can't be viewed with google cameras.
Hi Caminka, is it possible to see a latest draft version of the guide to help answer your question about any additional information before you publish in the resources section?
 

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Wow.
Just wow. Beautiful pics.
Thank you James.
And I look forward to seeing your guide, @caminka .
The timing could not be better.
 

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Hi Caminka, is it possible to see a latest draft version of the guide to help answer your question about any additional information before you publish in the resources section?
of course. I will post it here next week when I get to a computer with the appropriate convert to pdf function.
 
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These are beautiful! So did you walk from Miranda de Ebro to Aguilar de Campoo? I am totally confused as to where this stage fit into your Olvidado. Sorry to be dense!
@peregrina2000, I walked from Pamplona to Miranda de Ebro, then cut inland to follow roughly the GR route Caminka took to reach Aguilar de Campoo. It is definitely the Camino Olvidado after this junction, but I have no real idea what to call the pre-Aguilar section (though some is part of the Camino Interior/Via Bayonne/ Tunnel Route). I recall there was a discussion of nomenclature on a previous blog, but it didn’t really clarify the confusion about what to call the route out of Pamplona + to what exactly the name Camino Viejo should refer.
 

caminka

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Hi Caminka, is it possible to see a latest draft version of the guide to help answer your question about any additional information before you publish in the resources section?
here is the pdf version with all the comments from the above posts. the off-google-video sections are highlighted in blue (they won't be in the final version) and the altered/corrected text after your blog is underlined. if you still have problems with pdf downloads, pm me.

It is definitely the Camino Olvidado after this junction, but I have no real idea what to call the pre-Aguilar section (though some is part of the Camino Interior/Via Bayonne/ Tunnel Route). I recall there was a discussion of nomenclature on a previous blog, but it didn’t really clarify the confusion about what to call the route out of Pamplona + to what exactly the name Camino Viejo should refer.
I am rooting for the route pamplona - salvatierra/aguirain (at least) to be named camino viejo - based on roman and medieval finds and the travel journey by abbot gundisalvo in 902. it would be exciting if this could be extended to aguilar along the abbot gundisalvo's route (Salvatierra, Alegría, Armentía, Trespuentes, Puentelarra, Tobalina, Frías, Oña, Sedano, Amaya, Nogales, Mave, Aguilar) which is different then GR 99 ruta del ebro, but then there would be two options!

attached is a quick sketch of how I see the connections.WP_20180611_13_05_29_Pro.jpg
 

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@peregrina2000, I walked from Pamplona to Miranda de Ebro, then cut inland to follow roughly the GR route Caminka took to reach Aguilar de Campoo. It is definitely the Camino Olvidado after this junction, but I have no real idea what to call the pre-Aguilar section (though some is part of the Camino Interior/Via Bayonne/ Tunnel Route). I recall there was a discussion of nomenclature on a previous blog, but it didn’t really clarify the confusion about what to call the route out of Pamplona + to what exactly the name Camino Viejo should refer.
Is it possible to change the title of this post to better reflect is final content? It would help future browsers of this section.
 

MikeJS

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